Milk and Vine: Inspirational Quotes From Classic Vines
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Another anthropomorphic gay icon of the year, Cuca ascended to meme fame in June, just around two weeks after Babadook memes got big. This album’s artwork is possible one of the scariest, with the giant eye looking down on a crouching, scared and naked man. Remember that it’s not just the size of the fruit that you need to take into consideration: you also need to consider the vines, which will quickly take over every inch of space you give them.
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Originally from East Asia and India, mile-a-minute was introduced to North America in the 19th century and is now an invasive and noxious vine weed in many states. Devouring each album from start to finish over and over again really was like opening a treasure box.
Gay Twitter fell in love with her sass and her killer looks, and GIFs of her (often paired with Nicki Minaj lyrics) took over people's timelines all through June. In August, a gay porn scene — in which a woman realizes two men are having sex in the kitchen while she eats salad — went viral on Twitter and Tumblr. Blood of grapes especially refers to the juice of the red kinds, which were more valued in the East than white.
Some of us are feeling older, some are in a not-so-great place, and some of us are straight-up jonesin' to fight some Nazis. Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, Milk and Vine II expands the Vine-poetry canon to include over 100 more vines, as well as a foreword by Karl from Online, a Viner who amassed hundreds of millions of vine loops and created many viral vines like "F*ck me Jerry" and "I'm quitting vine because someone commented on my post saying that I look like a piece of broccoli so goodbye forever. After it was published, Adam tweeted out a photo of the book and its contents, with a photo of milk and vine sitting in the fridge (get it?
I won't speak for all liberals, but my goal is for everyone — white, brown, drag queen, soccer mom, cisgender, trans, heterosexual, queer, working class, middle class — to be able to exist as they choose without judgment or fear," she said. Two song’s later and also from their debut album, “How” has O’Riordan nearly whispering in angst throughout the verses, crescendo-ing up to a strong chorus that showcases the emotion she was able to carry in her singing.